January 2011 WELLINGTON HOME
Wellington equestrian properties often include an arena designed either for dressage or jumping. But the 3.4-acre Grand Prix Farms estate featured this month is unusual in that it has both.
WANT TO GET AWAY? CALL CYNTHIA BENNETT
Since 1985, Cynthia Bennett has been sending Wellington residents on the getaways of their dreams thanks to her travel agency, Town & Country Travel. Bennett is Wellington The Magazine’s 12th and final nominee for the Entrepreneur of the Year award.
FOR GEORGINA, IT’S ALL ABOUT THE ANIMALS
Regardless of how busy and hectic her calendar becomes, top rider Georgina Bloomberg starts every day the same way — with time spent alone with her horses.
MODEL RAILROADER’ MINIATURE REALITY
Is it real, or a model railroad? If you’re having trouble deciding, then the members of the Palm Beach Model Railroaders Club, which meets at the South Florida Fairgrounds, have succeeded in their goal.
AMERICAN HERITAGE HELPS EQUESTRIANS
For the young, competitive equestrian looking to balance a riding career with a solid education, the American Heritage School now offers a program that allows students to pursue their equestrian dreams while preparing for college.
GET GLAM FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
Holidays are all about glam — caviar and champagne, mistletoe and parties. But what exactly should you wear? To seek out the answer, Wellington The Magazine found inspiration in the work of photographer Bill Barbosa and stylist José Rojas for this year’s holiday pictorial.
OPEN YOUR HEART… CONSIDER ADOPTION
On any given day, people visiting Wellington businesses may notice large photographs of children along with information about the Heart Gallery of Palm Beach County — a volunteer-run program using photography to encourage adoption.
December 2010 WELLINGTON Table
For a quick pick-me-up on the go, or a place to sit and relax over a cup of coffee, look no further than Cofftea Café, a new Wellington café offering a great variety of coffee, tea, food and more.